Graduate - Division of Management - Department of Management

The management course equips students with the ability to formulate managerial problems and discover the appropriate solution based on the knowledge in Business Administration. Both Master and Doctoral programs are offered. In addition to Strategy and Management that are the foundation of Business Administration, students learn Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Technology Management, Accounting, and Finance, as well as Business History that is indispensable for the long-term analysis. Analyzing field phenomena with rigorous theories in a logical manner, students will acquire fundamental competence in corporate planning, human resource management, finance, sales, production, and procurement. The field is not limited to manufacturing but also applies to service and financial sectors.

(Alphabetical Order)
Name Position Research Themes
ABE, Makoto Professor Marketing
FUJIMOTO, Takahiro Professor Technology and Operations Management
INAMIZU, Nobuyuki Associate Professor Management science,organization and management theory,organizational behavior
KASUYA, Makoto Professor Japanese Business History
KUWASHIMA, Kenichi Associate Professor Technology Management, Corporate Strategy
OBINATA, Takashi Professor Financial Accounting
OKI, Kiyohiro Assistant Professor International Management, International Human Resource Management 
SAGUCHI, Kazuro Professor Industrial Relations
SHINTAKU, Junjiro Professor Corporate Strategy
SHUTO, Akinobu Associate Professor  
TAKAHASHI, Nobuo Professor Management, Organization Theory
YAMAMOTO, Koji Associate Professor Business History, Early Modern Britain, Corporate Social Responsibility before the Industrial Revolution, Financial Bubbles
YASAKA, Masamitsu Associate Professor Agricultural Economics
YONEYAMA, Masaki Professor Financial Accounting
◆ Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Name Position Research Themes
SHIMIZU, Takashi Professor Management, Law and Economics

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